Margaret Wilder

Associate Professor, School of Geography and Development

Harvill Building, Room 431



Margaret joined CLIMAS in 2003. She is an Associate Professor of Latin American Studies and the School of Geography and Development, and an Associate Research Professor of Environmental Policy at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy. Margaret is interested in water, vulnerabiity, and climate adaptation in the U.S.-Mexico border region and in northwest Mexico. She has written extensively about water governance in Mexico from a political ecology of water perspective, including work on irrigation reforms and campesino producers, water and equity, and water and development. She has a new project on climate justice in the Southwestern U.S. She is a principal investigator or co-PI on several multi-disciplinary grants funded by NOAA and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI).